Music Lessons for everyone!

Learn piano, guitar or keyboard

Coming to Tom Price in March 2016

Piano / Keyboard

The youngest age recommended for learning piano is 5 years.

It is common to learn the traditional classical method, which allows for the pupil to read both treble and bass clefs (right and left hand notes).

Puppet Stan sitting at the piano

Other styles that may be incorporated are:

  • chord accompaniment
  • chord structures for piano and keyboard
  • applying rhythm styles using chords
  • blues applications
  • following chord charts
  • scales and their construction

Theory basics are taught relative to the ability of the pupil.

Backing music is used at times to enhance performance.

Exams may be taken if desired.

Adults are also most welcome!

Guitar

The youngest age recommended for learning guitar is 9/10 years.

Whilst I have had a number of younger pupils learning, (7/8 years), parental support is recommended to ensure they practise and develop these skills at this younger age.

Aspects in guitar include: Puppet Stan with the guitar

  • Reading and playing melody lines
  • Learning chords
  • Learning various strumming and arpeggio accompaniment patterns
  • following chord charts
  • barre chords
  • scales

Theory basics are taught relative to the ability of the pupil.

Backing music is used at times to enhance performance.

Adults are also most welcome!